v. t.1.To double the natural darkness of (a place).
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He added not; and Satan, bowling low His gray dissimulation, disappeared, Into thin air diffused: for now began Night with her sullen wing to double-shade The desert; fowls in their clay nests were couched; And now wild beasts came forth the woods to roam.
A double-shade system is also used, with a 20-30 percent transmission shade combined with a blackout shade to respond to the highly variable sun conditions.
Other highlights included decorative directional lighting from Progress, Juno (at its Dallas Market debut) and Hubbardton Forge, and double-glass and double-shade styles from many vendors.
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